lots of nice comments. dusty pretty much came up with the whole idea, and it was a nice change to work with someone and bounce ideas and different versions off each other. and since i have questionable taste in font choices at best, i was stoked to see someone else take the lions share of the work.
ha awesome qoute.
tyler did some awesome posters when he still lived in seattle, he is prolly one of my favorite illustrators ever. I had a sketch of this long haired fair skinned girl reading an upside-down bible and i just couldnt get anything out of it. So i asked Tyler if he wanted to collab and this is what that bastard does. Blows our solo posters out of the water.
It was kind of interesting kind of bouncing back and fourth off each other for ideas as to how this should look.
Contrived? Well yeah. But I sorta like that its one big cliche. We didn't see this as clever. Its red. Its has ghastly evil type. There's a bible and a cross and they are upside down! My granmother maid me say a hail mary when Dusty showed her this at the dinner table.
This is some truly ingenious use of 2 color. Amazing illustration. If the imagery is making people ask why ("one thing though...why a bible? and why upside down too? a tid bit contrived") then it's obviously doing a great job at getting people's attention and getting people to think. 10 out of 10!
i really like this one. the hair is perfect, the type may be a little small but maybe defferent in person.
one thing though...why a bible? and why upside down too? a tid bit contrived, it think. "100 Years of Solitude", "T.S. Elliot: Collected Poems", "geek Love" "tropic of Cancer" something very british becasue 'pretty girls...graves' is the title of a smiths song...
don't take that the wrong way, though. the poster is still AWESOME! flawless really.